Archive for September, 2011

The Usual Suspects

The Usual Suspects

When employment lawyer Thijs Glasz wanted to broaden the scope of his career outside of the law, the logical step was to join an MBA programme at a major international business school. But if he expected to be rubbing shoulders with fellow legal professionals, he was soon to be put ...

The MBA's new dawn in the East

The MBA’s New Dawn in the East

The balance of world economic power is shifting east, and the potential impact on business education is huge. Though GMAC reports that candidates from Asia Pacific make up 57% of the applicant pool to U.S. two-year M.B.A. programs, the heavy flow of applicants to schools in Europe and North America ...

Incubating Dragons

Incubating Dragons

Dragons in Ireland, lions in Finland, tigers in Japan, sharks in Israel and the USA. From humble beginnings in the UK, the ‘Dragons’ Den’ TV show, where entrepreneurs make the pitch from hell to wealthy potential investors, has spread around the world. Even Russia has fallen under its spell prompting ...

Military and the MBA- Business on the Front Line

The Military and MBAs: Business on the Front Line

Taking an MBA at a major business school has become a well-trodden route for armed services veterans looking for a move into the commercial world. What better way, after all, to get a crash course in the basics of corporate activity, such as marketing, finance and entrepreneurship, that are conspicuous ...

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